Reba McEntire Orillia Tickets
Since her debut in 1976, Reba McEntire has become a prominent name of the country music scene. She has released a total of 28 studio albums to date. Her first breakthrough came in 1984, with the release of “My Kind of Country”. Her best known singles are Fancy, Turn on the Radio, Heart to Heart and Because of You. She has toured all across the globe on her tours and has won seven Academy of Country Music Awards, among many others. On her 2014 tour, McEntire will be hitting Orillia for two shows at the Casino Rama. Catch her singing her best number live on stage by getting Reba McEntire Orillia tickets in advance.
The chart-topping country singer, Reba McEntire was taught how to sing and play guitar at a very young age. In her high school years, she started singing for Kiowa High School Band. It was during her performance of National Anthem at the National Rodeo that she caught the attention of Red Steagall, another famous country artist. He was the one who brought her to Music City: Nashville. There, she inked a deal with Mercury Records, thus starting her musical career in 1975.
A year later, she released her debut single; I Don’t Want to be a One Night Stand, which served as the lead single of her debut album in 1977. Her second studio album was, “Out of a Dream”, which hit the stores in 1979. The album included a cover, Sweet Dreams, which charted at number nineteen on the Billboard Country chart.
In 1980, McEntire made it to the Top 10 with the release of, You Lift Me Up from the album “Feel the Fire.” This was followed by her fourth studio album “Heart to Heart”, which became her first album to chart on the Billboard Top Country Albums list. She made her first breakthrough in 1984 with “Just a Little Love”, which was her first album to be released on MCA Nashville Records. She has sold more than eighty million records worldwide, making it to the list of best-selling country artists. Get Reba McEntire Orillia tickets to catch er perform the heartwarming numbers at Casino Rama as she comes to Orillia on her 2014 tour.